A concerned citizen says enough's enough and it's time to move the trailer that's been sitting outside the Downtown Crossing Hyatt on Avenue de Lafayette for ages:
This trailer has been here for 2 years much of the time including now it has not displayed a permit. I support the msg. being sent. The treatment of the maids was shameful. This is an eyesore and is taking up two meter spots. Its time to take this down. At 25 cents per 12 minutes, this protest has cost the city $45k in lost revenue. Point made.., let's give the space back to the citizens of Boston.
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